Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Silver Fundamentals for an Exponential Growth

The sharp rise in the price of  silver during 2010 is due to the result of a large increase in demand from both the industrial sector and the investment sector , as reported on the global report on silver . World demand in the investment sector, grew by 40% last year, reaching 279.3 million ounces for a total of 5.6 billion dollars.The total demand in the industrial sector grew by 12.8% reaching the highest of the last 10 years to 878.8 million ounces in 2010.
Silver has scored an average price of $ 20.19 per ounce in 2010, a level surpassed only in 1980 and well above the average of $ 14.67 in 2009. Its strength is still continuing in the first months of 2011 with an average price of London gold fixing at $ 31.86 at the end of the first quarter and It probably won't change throughout 2011. In addition, inflation is seen rising and the problems relating to sovereign debt in the euro zone are still very strong. Both of these factorss will boost the demand for investment in gold and silver
The reason that the U.S. has well over 100 million workers, yet the world has about 250 million oz. of silver in known inventories! If 1/10th of an ounce of silver is a day's wage of $100, then an ounce of silver would be $1000/oz. The other historic value was the gold to silver ratio. One ounce of gold was the same value as about 10 to 15 ounces of silver. Again, due to silver's scarcity today, that ratio will certainly deserve to be exceeded, to at least 5 ounces of silver to one ounce of gold. Thus, silver will be valued at about 1/5th of $400, or $80, assuming that gold is fairly valued at $400. But, if gold should really be valued at about $5,000 per ounce, then silver will be about $1000/oz.

MAKE SURE YOU GET PHYSICAL SILVER IN YOUR OWN POSSESSION. Don't Buy SLV, or Futures or Pooled Accounts or any other BS paper silver product .Remember anything on paper is worth the paper it is written on. Go Long Stay long the bull market have even started yet

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